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>> the florida congressman tweeted this, captioning it confirmed, hash tag hoverboard is for kids. i wound up in southern baptist, south florida. a lot of people spending time at the emergency room that they were not planning during the holiday. >> so fun. >> if they don't explode you end up beneath them. >> john, can we embarrass you a little more? are.
season. erin: people swarmed a beach along florida' coffee washed ashore and people scooped them up. officials are trying to figure aware the coffee came from. the coast guard says cargo containers did fall off a ship a couple of days ago, but so far there is no definitive connection. according to a new report from harvard, more than half of all renters in the u.s. are older
trail. aixa: candidates are campaigning in new hampshire, nevada, florida, and iowa, where the caucuses are just five weeks away. polls show donald trump and hillary clinton remain the front-runners in their respective parties. the two candidates have been trading barbs in recent days. after clinton said last week her trump tweeted former president clinton has a penchant for sexism and called it so inappropriate.
says no reasonable person could say that climate change is the country's top threat. florida senator says we can't predict the climate. 25 or 30 years from now. >> there has never been a time when the climate hasn't been changing. what percentage is due to man's activity is not a consensus on. >> what do you think? my job is to go through the different solutions they present to us. i can tell you all the changes they are presenting to us would do nothing, even according to scientists, would do nothing to change our climate, especially in the united states. it would have a dramatic impact on our economies. >> environmental challenges are all too real for china's capital. beijing is struggling with extremely dirty air for the fifth day in a row. schools are keeping students indoors.
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marco rubio of florida has this spot. take a look. >> this is a civilizational struggle between the values of freedom and liberty and radicals islamic terrorists. what happened in paris could happen here. there is no middle ground. these aren't disgruntled or disempowered people. these are radical terrorists who want to kill us because we let women drive, because we let girls go to school. >> smart. again the fancy camera work. does it work? >> and -- but the problem is
receiving the wrong order. police say the 23-year-old called into the florida restaurant screaming and cursing -- saying she was going to get a gun and shoot people with it. they later found marijuana and a box cutter on her -- and took her into custody. employees say the order she was upset about only totaled to three dollars and 18 cents. a scene out of the wild wild west
with us republican presidential candidate and the former governor of florida, john ellis >> good to be here. >> and good to have you here. when was the last time someone called you john? >> never. >> and you pressure jeb, i take it. >> absolutely. when i was born, my parents came up with this. i don't know why but i appreciate it's a lot. >> who are you to argue, right? exactly. >> and why every you were in the white house now, give me a couple of specific steps you and your administration would be taking to improve our ability which knees improvement, to identify and deal with potential home-grown terrorists. >> i think we need to get the fbi to open up and make sure they cooperate with local and state law enforcement. we have 700, 800,000 cops on the beat and the fbi need toss transform itself culturally to make sure the eyes and ears of
about talking. it's about doing. i know how to do this because i was privileged to serve in florida for eight years. and we turned the systems upside down that weren't working. 1.3 million new jobs were created. we cut taxes every year. income rose in people's pockets. people were lifted out of poverty. children started to learn. as president of the united states, i pledge to you that i will solve problems. announcer: right to rise usa is responsible for the blowing around a little more than yesterday...but with temperatures staying close to 32 degrees, most of the snow has been
missouri accusing them of driving to florida to carry out the murder. but according to those newly released documents police allege mark sievers and his old friend wright were involved in the initial planning of the murder saying they communicated in code words and on burner cell phones and that sievers was going to pay wright out of the $4.4 million in life insurance policies he had on his wife. police also alleging the sievers' marriage was on the rocks with evidence of affairs on both sides. the sheriff's office tells abc in those documents and are still working the case. legal experts say they're likely taking their time in charging sievers to make sure they have enough evidence. george. >> i'll bet they will. thanks very much. >>> trouble for a former miss kansas, the beauty queen and outdoor channel host theresa vail could face up to a year in jail for illegally killing a bear. abc's neal karlinsky has the
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